MetTemps offers both paid work within the University and voluntary roles within local charities or community organisations.
We are a charity specialised in Housing Law. We are recruiting volunteers to help out one/ two days per week for at least a month with the below:
sitting in interviews with clients;
drafting advice letters and instructions to counsels;
taking witness statements;
attending court hearings with counsel;
keeping clients informed of progress of their case;
transferring clients information and record of casework completed onto the in-house case management system;
If you are looking for a 1:1 patient contact volunteering experience or want to engage in a meaningful project then this could be the ideal opportunity for you.
Ideal for anyone wishing to pursue a career in the health sector or anyone from the community wishing to support people with serious illness!
As part of Team Up’s leadership programme, you will volunteer as a maths tutor to a group of 3-4 pupils in a London school, to help meaningfully increase their academic attainment. The pupils we work with capable of doing well at school but currently underperforming; they also are typically drawn from low-income backgrounds. You will inspire, motivate and support them in their learning so that they get back on track, and achieve their potential.
We are recruiting volunteers who can spend 2 hours a week supporting adults with learning disabilities in Westminster, in an exciting Befriending and Mentoring scheme funded by the Big Lottery Fund.
On 20 October 2016, Lord’s Community and Team London will host the UK’s Largest Careers Speed Networking Event for Young People at Lord’s Cricket Ground. It?s going to be huge!
The event will see over 600 people from some of the largest and best known companies provide careers advice and guidance to young people from London’s schools in order to broaden horizons and raise aspirations. For this event to run smoothly and be as successful as it was last year we need the help of 50 volunteers.
As a volunteer on the Prison Rehabilitation Programme, you will provide one-to-one mentoring to a male offender currently serving their sentence in either Wormwood Scrubs, Feltham or Isis prisons. Mentors will be required to visit their assigned prisoner weekly or fortnightly (dependent on needs and availability), for 3/6 months, while in custody. Upon release, mentors are encouraged to offer transitional support by meeting the prisoner ‘at the gate’. After release, the mentoring relationship will continue for a further 3/6 months.
We at Mary’s are looking for confident individuals who feel they have what it take to mentor the youth of today. (We are not looking for peer mentors).
To aide and help young people interested in exploring their own study or work options with the help of an experienced professional.
Here To Islington aims to be an accessible and fun website that makes volunteering, in Islington, easy! The Here To website enables community and charity organisations to post micro volunteering opportunities online bringing together organisations and willing volunteers, across the borough. The service is free to everyone – we have been commissioned by Islington Council and developed by Isledon CIC.
Here To allow volunteers to:
- Experience something new
- Meet new people
- Acquire new skills
- Develop professional contacts
- Connect with your community